The Auckland office services the Tāmaki Makaurau region of Te Puni Kōkiri.
Our regional manager is Marty Rogers.
If you have a Māori event in Auckland that you wish to promote on this page, please visit Rauika and enter the details.
For all other general enquiries please email us or phone us on 09 571 2940.
Level 2, Te Puni Kōkiri House, 12-14 Walls Road, Penrose, Auckland 1061
Private Bag 92010, Victoria Street, West Auckland 1142
Local events and updates
Latest events and updates for this section are listed below.
ASB Polyfest 2017
The ASB Polyfest features traditional music, dance, costume and speech and is now recognised as an important showcase of New Zealand’s diverse cultures and a celebration of youth performance.
- Open to the public, no booking required
- Organiser: The Polyfest Trust
Te Puni Kōkiri Hosts Japanese Delegation
Te Puni Kōkiri were honoured to host the Comprehensive Ainu Policy Office delegation last Waitangi weekend. Their visit to Aotearoa is a continuation of Japan’s interest in exploring deeper cooperation on indigenous policy development with Aotearoa.
Whenua Māori Fund 2017
The Whenua Māori Fund was set up to assist owners and trustees of Māori freehold land to prepare for new opportunities, improve existing operations and utilise unused land. We profile ten initiatives from Te Taitokerau (Far North) to Te Waipounamu (South Island) who received a total of $1.15m covering nearly 48,000 hectares of land. The Fund provides $12.8 million over four years and is part of the wider Te Ture Whenua Māori reform designed to give Māori landowners more say and control over what happens with their whenua.
Changes proposed to the care and protection of children
A major transformational programme is underway to deliver a new child-centred operating model for vulnerable children and young people. This includes the establishment of the Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki, which will be operational on 1 April 2017. The new Ministry will focus on five core service areas: prevention, intensive intervention, care support, youth justice and transition support.
Having the time of my life
At a Whānau Ora 'Measuring What Matters' conference in Auckland, numerous stories were told of whānau successfully designing their own solutions to issues affecting their health and wellbeing. The stories showed Whānau Ora in action! Here is Laddy's story.